Government of Grand Inclusion will bring stability to the country

FRENTE REVOLUCIONÁRIA DO TIMOR-LESTE INDEPENDENTE

FRETILIN

Media release
2 August 2007

Government of Grand Inclusion will bring stability to the country

FRETILIN the major party after the 30 June parliamentary elections has
said that only a government of grand inclusion can bring stability to
Timor-Leste. The party said the formation of a government of grand
inclusion will reflect the will of the electorate.

FRETILIN General Secretary Dr Alkatiri said, “FRETILIN firmly believes
that a government of grand inclusion which includes members of all
political parties which have seats in the National Parliament will
bring stability to the country. If there is no stability then no
government will be able to function effectively.

“We are also willing to request all political parties, including those
which are not part of National Parliament or Government, and organized
civil society groups to provide their input into the programme for
national development.

Dr Alkatiri added, “As the most voted party after the 30 June
elections we have the constitutional right to choose the Prime
Minister and form government. However, the elections results show that
we must open the doors to all political parties with seats in National
Parliament.

“Our approach reflects the will of the electorate and is the only way
to take the country forward for the next five years.”

For more information, please contact:

Arsénio Bano, Vice-President and member of FRETILIN National
Political Commision, Tel. 733 9416 e.mail:
fretilin.media@gmail.comwww.

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